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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR APRIL 22, 2018

Dear Parishioners, On Friday, April 27th, our 10th Grade high school students will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation. This will be their personal Pentecost as they will receive the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. This will complete their baptism where they became members of the family of God by adoption. At baptism, their parents and godparents spoke for them. This […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR APRIL 15, 2018

Dear Parishioners, On Monday we celebrate Patriot’s Day, the day of the Boston Marathon. The marathon is a great spiritual teaching in two ways. Spiritual life is not a dash, but a marathon. We grow spiritually day by day. Faithfulness to daily prayer, reading Scripture and the reception of the sacraments is the means of growth in the spiritual life. […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR APRIL 8, 2018

Dear Parishioners, This Sunday is Divine Mercy Sunday. The image of Divine Mercy depicts Jesus with white and red rays radiating from His heart. The rays remind us of the blood and water that came from the side of Jesus when He was pierced with the sword as He hung upon the cross. The white rays symbolize the water of […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR APRIL 1, 2018

Dear Parishioners, Happy Easter! This is the great feast of our faith. Jesus Christ has risen from the dead and has freed us from the powers of sin and death. We now have hope of eternal life. Jesus has saved us from eternal death and we are sharers in His victory if we walk faithfully in His ways. This event […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR MARCH 25, 2018

Dear Parishioners, This week begins Holy Week when we will recall the great events of our salvation. On Holy Thursday, we will celebrate the Last Supper where at the Passover meal, Jesus changed the bread and wine into His Body and Blood. He gave us His Flesh and Blood as food for our journey to the kingdom of heaven. As […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR MARCH 18, 2018

Dear Parishioners, On Monday, March 19, we will be celebrating the feast of Saint Joseph. St. Joseph is that just and holy man who became the husband of Mary and the foster father of Jesus. He was compassionate and caring. When he learned that Mary was pregnant, not knowing that she was carrying the Son of God, he decided to […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR MARCH 11, 2018

Dear Parishioners, As we enter into March, we begin our yearly Catholic Appeal. This is the offertory collection for the programs and offices of the Archdiocese. Every parish is assessed a certain amount. Our assessment is $65,202. I thank you for your generosity as we have reached our goal year after year. I ask those who have not participated in […]

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